SOME SUN NORTH... CLOUDS LINGER SOUTH
Your First Alert Weather Forecast:
A large hole developed in the overcast skies this morning, from Green Bay and to the NORTH. Meanwhile, farther SOUTH into the Fox Cities, the clouds continue to linger. Look for a “divided sky” through the afternoon as sky conditions will remain variable. Otherwise, it’s another mild January day, with high temperatures near the freezing mark.
Clouds will fill back into our skies tonight. A gentle northeast breeze off of Lake Michigan may help create some flurries or areas of freezing drizzle through the next couple days. But in general, your severe weather outlook is VERY LOW. In fact, we do NOT see any big storm systems in sight through the middle of January.
With the jet stream flow splitting across North America, the frigid arctic air which often visits us this time of year, is bottled up well north of us in Canada. Look for above normal temperatures for the next several days...
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AFTERNOON: NW 5-10 MPH
WEDNESDAY: NE 1-10 MPH
AFTERNOON: Some sunshine NORTH. Overcast skies SOUTH. Mild for January. HIGH: 33
TONIGHT: Clouds thicken. Cold and calm. Patchy freezing fog. LOW: 26
WEDNESDAY: Overcast again. A few flurries or icy drizzle. HIGH: 30 LOW: 26
THURSDAY: More clouds. Flurries or icy drizzle possible. HIGH: 32 LOW: 25
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy. Not as cold. HIGH: 31 LOW: 23
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy. Probably dry. HIGH: 30 LOW: 22
SUNDAY: Cloudy skies. Flurries possible. HIGH: 29 LOW: 25
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy. A bit blustery. HIGH: 28
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